Posted October 06, 2018 07:02:06 If you’re a tech worker in Silicon Valley, you may not be used to working a regular day shift.
This is the reality of working in a tech company, which means you’re usually in the office for a few hours every day.
But what if you were in the “permanently” position?
According to the HR firm HRmax, a tech employee who has been employed in the company for at least three years can receive an annual pay raise.
That means you’ll be able to get an annual salary bump for your first year of employment.
You’ll also be able earn up to $30,000 per year if you’re working in tech-related roles.
If you’ve been employed at a company for five years, the pay will increase by an additional $8,000 annually.
But for those who’ve been working for less than five years you may be able get a smaller bump.
It’s not just the tech workers who will benefit from the pay raise: “We estimate that over time, we will see the average salary increase for permanent employees increase by as much as 50% on average,” HRmax said.
“The annual pay for permanent workers will rise from $22,000 to $28,000.
This represents an average of $1,800 more per year for an individual, with an average annual salary of $28.50, per year.
In addition, a permanent employee can receive up to an additional year of leave without paying any annual salary increases.”
Read more about tech pay in our TechCrunch Live blog.
You can see the full list of HRmax’s perks here.